Demolition Hammers & Tools Product Spotlight

May 1, 2009
Wacker Neuson The EHB 7M rotary hammer from Wacker Neuson comes equipped with a vibration dampening system and an exclusive smooth front handle that is

Wacker Neuson

The EHB 7M rotary hammer from Wacker Neuson comes equipped with a vibration dampening system and an exclusive smooth front handle that is designed to reduce hand/arm vibrations, which lowers operator fatigue and improves productivity. The 16-pound tool offers a single-blow impact of 9 foot-pounds. The unit also features “quick check” LED indicators that offer a power supply check and provide information on service needs.
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The HM1810 breaker hammer from Makita features anti-vibration technology, the company's counterbalance design that produces three times less vibration. The 70-pound breaker hammer comes standard with a 15-amp motor that delivers 1,100 bpm and 63 joules of impact energy. It has an automatic brush cut-off system that provides the motor and warning indicator lamps for longer tool life. The hammer features large side handles with an easy-to-operate switch for comfort, control and reduced operator fatigue.
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Terex TXH Series hydraulic hammers are compatible with Terex compact excavators and loader backhoes. The hammers are vibra-silenced, via the polymer suspension pad, to reduce total operator and carrier machine vibration exposure. The one-piece design does not use cross-bolts, allowing the hammer to work in narrow trenches or close quarters. The TXH Series range of hammers offers 251 to 1,033 foot-pounds of maximum energy per blow and 450-950 to 550-1,100 bpm.
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The Hilti TE 706-AVR breaker offers improved chiseling performance while reducing operator fatigue. The breaker features a brushless SR-motor and an active vibration reduction system. The lightweight unit also features a three-level hammering power regulation making it suited for a wide variety of applications in various positions.
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The Bobcat drop hammer attachment can break concrete and asphalt slabs up to 18 inches deep in cooperation with skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders or all-wheel steer loaders. The drop hammer is designed to produce less stress on the machine and operator because the ground absorbs the impact instead of the operator. At a rate of up to 20 bpm, the drop hammer allows the user three seconds to reposition the loader in between each cycle. The unit weighs 1,950 pounds and is easy to attach and detach with the Bob-Tach mounting system.
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Metabo introduces the MHE 96 SDS-Max demolition hammer that combines a 15-amp motor with the company's VibraTech technology designed to reduce vibration and user fatigue. The hammer is designed for demolition in stone, concrete and brick, including sizing concrete openings for doors and windows, chasing cracks on floor repairs, wall chasing or embedding pipe and conduit into concrete or block walls. The 15-amp motor provides up to 1,950 bpm and up to 27 joules of single blow energy. The unit measures 27¾-inches in length, weighs 26.5 pounds and comes standard
with the anti-vibration side handle, grease, a carrying case and cleaning cloth.
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Atlas Copco Construction Tools

The SB452 hydraulic breaker attachment from Atlas Copco Construction Tools offers a maximum impact rate of 1,260 bpm, which is a 61-percent increase over the previous model. The 972-pound breaker is suitable for carriers in the 6.5 to 13 metric ton weight class and requires oil flow of 14.5 to 27.7 gpm at a pressure range of 1,450 to 2,175 psi. The breaker's slim line design allows for improved operator visibility and easy positioning in confined spaces such as during indoor demolition and narrow trenching. A new hammer mechanism with recoil dampening reduces vibrations from 40 to 53 percent compared with previous SB models. Noise levels have also been reduced by 6 dB(A).
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